trapping

Part of speech: noun

An ornamental housing or harness for a horse; in the plural, adornments of any kind.

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Usage examples "trapping":

  1. Three would hardly be enough for a serious trapping program. - "Cat and Mouse", Ralph Williams.
  2. It came suddenly- the trapping of my sister Maxine. - "Max", Katherine Cecil Thurston.
  3. He conducted various trapping ventures for " varmints," at which he seemed to have moderate success, for he often brought in a wildcat or coyote. - "The Killer", Stewart Edward White.